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The following slides represent the ISB Elementary School vision for 2008 and beyond. This deck was the first of a series of presentations on the vision and direction the Elementary School will be …

The following slides represent the ISB Elementary School vision for 2008 and beyond. This deck was the first of a series of presentations on the vision and direction the Elementary School will be taking going forward.

This thinking represents our current "temporary fixed position"

The Part 1 of the vision

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    • 1. Please sit with your COLOR ES Faculty Meeting Tues, March 11th, 2008 1:45-3:00
    • 2. Meeting Goal
      • Where we’ve been
      • Where we are
      • Where we’d like to go
      • How we’d like to get there
      • Your feedback along the way
      Meeting Overview Share our vision for the elementary school. What needs further clarification?
    • 3. We looked at the data:
      • WASC Internal
      • WASC External
      • Looking for learning
      • Teacher interviews
      • Fieldwork
      • External Testing Data
      • TC collaboration
    • 4. We asked . . .
      • “ How can we efficiently deepen student learning?”
    • 5. We zeroed in
    • 6.
      • FOCUS
      • How can we focus our time and energy to deepen student learning?
      • COLLABORATE
      • How can we share our strengths to deepen student learning and stay sane?
      • INQUIRE
      • How can we develop a culture of inquiry to deepen students’ understanding?
      We established essential questions:
    • 7.
      • “ Focusing on the how and why of teaching will deepen student learning .”
      • What is this likely to mean ?
      • Teachers will focus on the “ the why ” of their practice.
      • Teachers will focus on “ the how ” through powerful practices.
      • Curricular Focus
      • Core teachers : SCIENCE and READING only
      • Specialists : TBD
      • Resource personnel will focus support on the above areas
    • 8.
      • “ Focusing on the how and why of teaching will deepen student learning .”
      • How will this be supported ?
      • Provide the what:
        • Easily accessible data sources
        • Reading units of study
        • FOSS kits
        • Huge budget for books
      • Guide the how:
        • Teresa & Kelly
        • Professional Development
    • 9. Focus R esponse (How do you feel about this and why?) Q uestions (What is not clear?) F acts (What is the key here?)
    • 10.  
    • 11.
      • “ Collaboration through distributed leadership will deepen student learning .”
      • What is this likely to mean?
      • Everyone reflects on own strengths and contributes
      • Everyone reflects on challenges & learns from colleagues
      • Everyone takes responsibility for the learning of OUR students
    • 12.
      • “ Collaboration through distributed leadership will deepen student learning .”
      • How will this be supported ?
      • Tap into strengths, passions, interests
      • Instructional Assistants
      • Teresa, Kelly to collaborate in science and reading
      • Tap into community
      • Team inclusion of resource personnel
    • 13. Collaborate R esponse (How do you feel about this and why?) Q uestions (What is not clear?) F acts (What is the key here?)
    • 14.  
    • 15.
      • What is this likely to mean?
      • Think deeply and critically about student learning
        • Ask questions about student learning
        • Filter decisions through data and philosophy
        • Take risks!
      “ Learning focused teams maintain a culture of inquiry to maximize student learning.”
    • 16.
      • How will this be supported ?
      • Annelies and Struan to work with teams
      • Easily accessible data source
      • Fieldwork support
      • Five minute learning goal form
      “ Learning focused teams maintain a culture of inquiry to maximize student learning.”
    • 17. Inquire R esponse (How do you feel about this and why?) Q uestions (What is not clear?) F acts (What is the key here?)
    • 18. Shift is already happening
    • 19. Books!!!
    • 20. Lots of Books!
    • 21. Leveled Classroom Libraries and Guided Reading
    • 22. Maggie Moon
    • 23. Summer Reading Institute
    • 24. FOSS Kits and a Science Curriculum that works!
    • 25. DRA 2 to help us better understand our kids
    • 26. Reading as our ES Goal
    • 27. Throughout the whole ES!
    • 28. Huge amount of work and learning has already been done!
    • 29. What about the Specialists??
    • 30. Our Learning Hub for blended learning
    • 31. More and more and more…..
    • 32. The Road Map - April 8th
      • At the next faculty meeting, we will:
      • Synthesize questions and responses
      • Look at next steps for implementation